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If you’ve watched Hulu’s Nine Perfect Strangers—and if you haven’t, what are you waiting for?—you’re familiar with Delilah, played by Tiffany Boone. The plot follows nine city dwellers who escape to a Californian resort called the Tranquillum House, where a wellness guru named Masha, played by Nicole Kidman, claims she can cure any of their hardships or grievances. Delilah works at the resort, and the story centers on her relationship with fellow employee Yao (she also has a fling with Masha—it gets messy). “There were so many actors in it that I’ve been a fan of for so long,” says Boone of starring in the ensemble cast, which also included Melissa McCarthy, Regina Hall, and Michael Shannon.
Boone cemented her status as one of Hollywood’s stars to watch after appearing in the show. Reflecting on the project, which was shot in Australia back in 2020, Boone says being a part of it was more than just a promising acting gig. It helped fuel her creativity at a time when our lives were filled with so much uncertainty. “I got cast two days before I started shooting, then hopped on a plane to Australia,” Boone says. “It was a little scary getting back into the world, and going across the globe. But it was such a blessing: We were able to work in a global pandemic, meet this incredible group of artists, and live in the most gorgeous place.”
This story originally appeared on: Vogue - Author:Christian Allaire